|VIA EIPA 5000 Mainboard||£63||Linitx, Mini-itx|
|VIA Dual PCI Riser||£11||Linitx, Mini-itx|
|Travla C137 Case||£105||Linitx, Mini-itx|
|Travla C137 CF Reader||£15||Linitx, Mini-itx|
|40 Way ribbon for CF||£ 10||Various sources|
|Sangoma S518 ADSL Card||£120||freestuffjunction|
|Samsung Spinpoint Hard Disk||£70||overclockers|
|80 Way ribbon for Hard Disk||£ 10||Various sources|
|Ethernet Switch||£20||Dabs. Need one that operates from 12V or 5 volts, then you can power it from your ITX and save some money.|
|Power connector for switch||£5||DC Output lead from maplin + plug|
|Wireless card, D-Link DWL-520 (Intersil Prism 2.5)||No longer available||Replacement does need to be flat to fit with hard disk. I.e. Ralink2500 .. Not mini-pci on pci.|
This machine also uses 19 volts from an external PSU. Laptop power converters are available to step-up from 12 volts, so it could be possible to run this arrangement from a leisure battery and a photo-voltaic solar panel array. I would suggest that a voltage monitor inform the ITX of the battery and panel state, when used in this way. ☻
To save on an extra PSU, the ethernet switch on top runs off 12 volts taken from a spare floppy connector inside the cabinet.
This unit is now a Tranquil PC T2-WHS-A3G, with D945GCLF2 main board inside a WB2-076-300 Dataracks Elite 404 Wallbox that I got from Netshop
I used the Intel Integrator assistant to restore the original Intel factory settings, startup logo, and PXE capability to the unit.